We are delighted to announce the new residents of the Displaced Artists Initiative at Reid Hall.

A total of 41 projects have been selected for their exceptional proposals and potential to address complex global issues. 

The Académie des Futurs Leaders, founded by former Obama Scholar Alice Barbe and based at R

Applications are now available for a fellowship offered this fall at our Centers in Amman, Nairobi and Santiago for early-career scholars.

Published in Le Monde in English on April 3, 2024.

Maryse Condé (February 11, 1934 – April 2, 2024) was a Guadeloupean novelist, critic, playwright, and Professor Emerita of French

A presentation of key points and additional context on the importance of sustainable agriculture practices.

Robert Badinter (March 30, 1928 – February 9, 2024) was a French lawyer, politician, and author.

The Paris Center will function as an international hub for future collaborative projects under the direction of Columbia faculty. 

Armstrong is the former curator of the PaineWebber and UBS art collections and is now a private curator and art advisor.

 Danse de fumée will be performed again at Reid Hall on April 29.